Hi, I created a blog post with a table of contents (links). I also created a Menu option called Start Here. I copied the TOC links to a page in the Start Here Page. Is this considered duplicate content? My idea is to expand the Start Here page to include additional content for each link eventually. Is this considered duplicate content in Google? Please let me know. If you're not sure of the question, I will elaborate further. Your feedback is appreciated. Thank you!

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BrightSales Premium
There are some great answers from other members here friend. All the best!
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JeffreyBrown Premium Plus
Good answers!
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PeterN1843 Premium
Hi Jeff! How do you like the new WA platform? It's nice but I don't need it right now. I'm good with Premium. Maybe later on if I start to make any money I will sign up for Premium Plus.

How about you?

Peter
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JeffreyBrown Premium Plus
I'm staying with my regular premium, Peter!

Jeff
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MarionBlack Premium
Tables of Contents list and link to the subheadings on the individual article. Why not just link to the article itself?
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PeterN1843 Premium
Hi Marion, thank you for commenting on my question. Yes, you're right. It wasn't a good idea. Now I understand why. I want people to click to my article right away.

The TOC thing is just more work for people to get to my article.
My page is set up as a blog roll with all my posts there anyway. Now I realize it was such a bad question.

Peter
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MarionBlack Premium
The only dumb question is the one that doesn't get asked. Keep asking and keep learning. It's what we all do.
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PeterN1843 Premium
Thank you Marion! How do you like the new WA platform? It's nice they added Premium Plus, but I don't think I need it right now. I'm good.

Peter
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MarionBlack Premium
I've found a couple of minor glitches but I'm sure they'll sort them out. Overall I like the cleaner, less cluttered look. I'm not upgrading either.
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AbieAJ Premium Plus
You could probably put no index no follow, so it won't be counted as that. Pretty much like a Privacy Policy or Disclosure.
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PeterN1843 Premium
I've decided to delete the Start Here page. I doesn't make a whole lot of sense for people to have to do extra clicks to get to my article. My home page is set up as a blog roll anyway.

It was a dumb question now that I think about it.

Thank you for reading my stupid question and your comment was very helpful.

Peter
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